What's Stopping Us From Changing The World?

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Mary Pipher Shares How To Make Meaningful Change Possible.


In a conversation from our Wisdom series, Mary Pipher talks about the flood of news and information we get about the state of the world: Vivid documentaries about dying coral reefs and polar bears stranded on ice floes, scientific proof of the daily extinction of whole species, and the cascading apocalyptic effects of global warming.

Mary pointed out how news reports like these actually contribute to our inability to act. They terrify us and make us sad, but they don’t give us any idea about what to do tomorrow.

But Mary has an idea about what to do and she shares it in this quick video.

In this brief clip you’ll learn a simple way to re-frame information that can transform your ability (and your clients’) to take action toward meaningful change right now.


Mary Pipher, PhD. is a clinical psychologist and the author of nine books, including Reviving Ophelia and The Green Boat. This clip is taken from her session in our wisdom video course: The Six Faces of Wisdom.

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Tags: clinical psychologist | conversation | mind-body | psychologist | Mary Pipher | Ask The Experts | Mind-Body-Spirit Special

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Sunday, December 28, 2014 6:29:26 PM | posted by Bob Barram. Ph.D.
Yes, Yes, Totally right on and so about Love. I feel that what you are saying Mary sounds so much about the Love which Jesus spoke of. The great contribution you make is wonderful and we are more open to listening to you than we are to Jesus because he gets too much bad press.